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Enclosed trailer E-track

Postby AL » Mon Aug 10, 2015 7:40 am

I'm looking to install e-track in our cargo trailer but I'm looking for some wisdom or failures :oops: before I begin.
Wall vs floor. 2 rows or just one? vertical or horizontal?
It gets used for all kinds of things, bike , hunting, furniture plus random stuff.
The main purpose would be securing bikes.
So what you got?
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Re: Enclosed trailer E-track

Postby Tawmass » Tue Aug 18, 2015 6:41 am

I am anxious for a response on this too.
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Re: Enclosed trailer E-track

Postby James 17A » Tue Aug 18, 2015 7:57 am

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Personally I would like something like this I have had trailers with both a single run on each wall and a trailer that had a row on each wall and 3 rows on the floor the more the better if money is the issue because expensive stuff I would do the walls first and keep the track low to the ground.
The top of the track was 12" off the floor you get a better angle for tying things down and keeps the laid more secure

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